2012 NBA Draft: Terrence Ross Will Leave Washington, But Tony Wroten Remains Undecided

Terrence Ross, the Washington Huskies' brilliant sophomore wing, will enter the 2012 NBA Draft, he announced on Sunday. Ross hails from Portland and averaged 16 points and six rebounds a game for the Huskies this season. DraftExpress currently lists Ross as the No. 20 draft-eligible prospect in the world.

Ross' Washington teammate Tony Wroten remains undecided, however. The Seattle Times' Percy Allen reports that Wroten, a freshman, is considering leaving, but won't make a decision on the draft until closer to the NCAA's April 11 early entry deadline. (The NBA doesn't actually require prospects to declare their intent until the end of April, but the NCAA decided to move up the deadline to essentially prevent players from testing the waters by working out for teams before signing with an agent.)

Wroten averaged 16 points, five rebounds and 3.7 assists per game this season. DraftExpress has him ranked as the No. 23 prospect.

For more on Husky basketball, visit SB Nation's UW Dawg Pound.

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